Point Hope, Alaska (AK) Executive, Legislative & General Government, Except Finance Companies

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NSB Senior Citizen's Center
1729 Qalgi Ave.
Point Hope AK 99766
(907) 368-2027
North Slope County Telehealth
Point Hope AK 99766
(907) 368-2660
Point Hope City Offices
503 Qalgi Ave.
Point Hope AK 99766
(907) 368-2537
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North Slope County Water Plant
Point Hope AK 99766
(907) 368-2313
North Slope Cnty Housing Maint
903 Block 25 Lot 2
Point Hope AK 99766
(907) 368-2737
North Slope Oalgi Community
Point Hope AK 99766
(907) 368-2935
North Slope Borough
PO Box 193
Point Hope AK 99766
(907) 368-2515
Point Hope City Accounting
530 Kalgi Ave.
Point Hope AK 99766
(907) 368-2836
North Slope County USDW Ofc
903 Ippiq St.
Point Hope AK 99766
(907) 368-2233
North Slope County Vlg Crdntr
PO Box 108
Point Hope AK 99766
(907) 368-2630
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